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[audio]Cyris Sings A Song 2 - Cyris and TMBG
Cyris sings Spiderman from They Might Be Giants and accompanied by They Might Be Giants, only not. Originally sung by "Moxy Fruvous".
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[audio]Mythapedia - Jason Scott
"Mythapedia": Presentation by Jason Scott at the STM (Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers) Innovations Seminar at Hilton London Kensington, London, England. After a biographical introduction to the speaker's love of information and archiving that led to the website, this speech covers Wikipedia and a number of myths as to its efficiency, dependency and usefulness. Topics include Wikipedia versus Casinos, the role of the Content Defender, and why Speed trumps all else in the ...
Keywords: Wikipedia; Jason Scott; Jimbo Wales; Editing
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[movies]BBS Documentary Interview Collection: Tracer[ACiD] - Jason Scott Sadofsky
Interview with Tracer, artist for the ANSI art group ACiD. Conducted on March 8, 2004, in New York City, New York. Subjects discussed included ANSI art groups, switching groups based on opportunity, power structures of art groups, creating art in both ANSI and RIP graphics, and which artists Tracer found impressive. Post-BBS events are discussed as well. At the beginning of the interview, a heat pipe clanks occasionally during both questions and answers, and then calms down for the remaining por...
Keywords: bbs; documentary; tracer
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